Easy on and easy off—there's no tearing or sticky adhesive left behind when removing.
Size: 4-inch x 3.25-inch. Works in landscape and portrait orientation on a wide variety of bottle sizes.
Sold in sheets of 4, with neckers included
These aren't your everyday paper labels. BottleMark labels are made out of a specialized waterproof plastic. With a slight sheen but overall matte finish, your design stands out on the bottle.
Labels are sized 4-inches by 3.25-inches. They have sharp corners and come 4 to a sheet. You can choose the landscape orientation or for a different look, you can design a portrait-oriented label (note: due to slight beveling on some 12 oz. bottles, a portrait label may not lay totally flat).
Designing Your BottleMark Label
We've got a nifty tool that makes it easy to upload a completed design. We recommend designing your label in an off-site design program and then exporting the finished design as a PNG or JPG file for uploading online.
For complete details on designing labels, visit our page "design your label."
We calibrate our label printer carefully, but placement with regard to the cut line can vary.
Protect your design by following our safe and bleed zones.
Bleed line To ensure that your label fits our pre-cut dimensions, you'll want to make a 4"x3.25" design but extend the background colors and patterns by 0.125" in all 4 directions to create the bleed size: 4.25"x3.5". The bleed area makes sure no unwanted white space appears on your label. Never include any important text or graphics in the bleed zone—it's going to be left behind on the sheet when you peel off your label.
Cut line This line represents the target cut: at exactly 4"x3.25"
Safe Zone This area represents what we 100% guarantee will appear on your label. Try to keep important text and graphics inside the safe zone so it won't be cut off. The safe zone is sized at 3.75"x3"
For best results, we recommend sanitizing your bottles first before adding labels. If you keep your labels the same over multiple batches, you can sanitize your bottles with the labels still on with no bad effects, but don't do this more than you have to.
Our labels, while durable, were not designed for multiple re-use. After it's been on a bottle for a while, the label will stretch out of shape when you remove it, so if you want to reuse a label, it's better to leave the label on the bottle.